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Microsoft Windows XP is retired worldwide

Twelve months to go until Microsoft Windows XP is retired worldwide Today marks the 12-month countdown until Microsoft Windows XP is officially retired worldwide and the vendor is warning that, from April 8 2014, businesses still using XP will be open to potential vulnerabilities and security risks. According to the company, Windows XP still makes […]

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Trojan turns your PC into Bitcoin mining slave

  Maybe it’s a sign of the Bitcoin bubble. Criminals are trying to take control of PCs and turn them into Bitcoin miners. According to antivirus seller Kaspersky Lab, there’s a new Trojan — spotted on 4 April and spreading via Skype — that takes control of infected machines and forces them to do what […]

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Windows Phone Blue Update: Microsoft Developing PC, Mobile OS Integration …

(Photo : Reuters) Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer displays Windows Phone 8 devices at the Qualcomm pre-show keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas January 7, 2013. In a move to compete against Google, Microsoft is reportedly developing an operating system that will merge their PC and mobile software. According to DigiTimes, Microsoft […]

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T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean Update Available Now

The long-awaited T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is now available through Samsung Kies which means that owners of the aging Galaxy S2 smartphone can now finally make the upgrade from the lesser Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google’s aging version of Jelly Bean. Read: Samsung Galaxy […]

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Windows 7 And Windows 8 Dual Boot Instructions.

TagsWindows 7, Windows 8, Dual Boot It’s possible to perform a dual boot installation of Windows 7 and Windows 8 Credit:iTechPost Upgrading from Windows 7 or Windows Vista to Windows 8 is not easy for some PC users. Windows 8 features a whole new user interface that may take a little getting used to at […]

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